Recent Examples of outpatient from the Web
That hospital will be demolished, and its outpatient services will relocate to a new UCSF location in the city’s Dogpatch neighborhood by 2020.
Typically, according to the CDC, the direct cost of flu season hospitalizations and outpatient care in the U.S. is approximately $10.4 billion.
According to Cuban state media, Diaz-Balart had been hospitalized for his depression to undergo treatment and was later released for outpatient care.
Next up for Shazier is work in an outpatient therapy program.
On Wednesday, Chloe underwent reconstructive surgery on her nose and is expected to make a full recovery without the need for outpatient care.
Over the weekend, the AJC reported that one of the facility’s most experienced physicians, Dr. Timothy Young, is resigning as medical director of the outpatient clinic.
Imagine that advances in technology mean that any unwanted pregnancy in the future could be ended with a simple, non-violent outpatient procedure.
The hospital’s urgent-care centers have also been inundated, and its outpatient clinics have no appointments available.
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